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' ' The OREGON STATESMAN. Salem. Oregon, Wednesday Morning. July 1. 1931 . - j , PAGE
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Group Organized 12 Years
Ago t-njoys Homecoming
- TURNER, June 30 A special
program was given at the Chris
tian cnurcY Sunday evening, giv
lng the history of the organiza
tion and growth of the local
Church "which was organized Oc
tober It. 1919, at what waa then
the unused Presbyterian ' church,
which was used for worship for
over four years, before moving
Into the present beautiful me
morial church. the gift of Mrs.
Cornelia Turner Davis.
- The church was "organized by
Rev. R. L. Putman who was then
MitAr nf th Runralow Christian
.tinrrh vf Riliim Hi came to
Turner and preached Sunday aft
ernoons until a pastor- could be
found to take up the new. won.
Following are the names of the
charter members:. Mr.-and Mrs.
Iran Miller. Mrs. C. Delsell,
Thelma Delzell, Mrs. .Sam East
burn, Mrs. O.'-Ai;- McKay, Mrs.
Malinda Barzee,- Mra.V.Mallnda
Chambers, Mrs. Avalon Delzell
Fealen, Arlene Napier, -Mrs.
Maud Bones, Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
Denham, Mr-antf-Mrs. A. C. Pow
ers and daughter Reva. Mrs. Wil
liam Bntske, and f Miss Mary
Davey. - ' , -
A short memorial service was
held honoring the three deceased
members who are Arlene Napier.
Iran Miller and Mrs.' Malinda
Chambers. Mrs. F. C. Delzell gar
ii.. i vi.trw wlilfli . wit
full of Interest: " Mention" was
made of the big revival meeting,
held in the spring of 1920 and
the church, memoersnip. grew iu
H. - ;
ReT. and Mrs. R."J1. Putman
were present Sunday evening.
Rer. Putmaa gare the sermon.
The music was under the dlrec-
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lion x. Km yicj -. xwt. m. -
Gllstrap will soon finish bis seo
"ond year as pastor of the church.
Ii0 DEH CLUE IN
' HON CASE
SILVERTON. June 30 ' The
murderer of H. J. Iycrson, night
' of conjecture, and , local authori
ties are of the belief that he will
never be brought to Justice.
Thursday marks Ithe second
month since the patrolman was
shot down In cold 'blood, early In
Ical police and county au
thorities hare practically exhaust
ed every available clue, and are
no nearer the solution of - the
crime than two months 'ago. It
Is ald. however, that the authori
ties irt still working1 on sever at
fragmentary bits of evidence.
Luke May. Seattle criminologist
who was paid 11000 to work on
the case, has reperted nothing
sine, his. return north. Whether
he will continue with the case is
aot known, it is said.
- CAMP OPENS AGAIN
LYONS, June 31 Mr. and
Mrs. Wm. Cone drove tcsPortland
Friday expecting t remain some
time, for a Tislt with Mrs. Cone's
parents, Mr. and iMrs. Andrews
and family. The logging camp
where Mr. Cone was employed
closed Thursday not expecting to
ran for a while, but 'other ar
r&nrements , were made .Saturday
and they will start work again
today. Mr. Cone waa notified
and returned to work. Mrs. Cone
will remain In tie city for a
HERS FROM I CALIFORNIA -SH-VERTON,
I Jane 30 Mark
Paulson and Don Stewart who
have been living In Los Angeles
and El Monte, California. fo-the
past few months . returned to 811
Terton Friday. They report that
the heat in Southern' California
has been terrific for the last sev
eral, weeks. -They will return
south after a month's visit here.
Paulson- formerly had a law of
fice la this city, and .was represen
tative at the legislative session of
1927. - r
vr Residents '
RIWERTflW. Tn. 0 L Xfr
and Mrs. H. H. Friable and family
are planning to move to . Hood
River, this week, where Mr. Fris
ble will be assistant manager with
the boulper Motor company. Ford
dealers, i The Frisbies formerly
lived in Hood River. Until re
cently Mr. Friable owned the local
Ford: agency, selling to C. H. Al
bright of Molalla.-
Thje Albrights moved their
household goods to Silverton last
week; and are occupying a house at
520 Third street. Mr. Albright is
also lowner of the Molalla Ford
agency, j , . f I
j OX LONG TRIP" .
TURNER. June 30 Mr. and
Mrs. jNeal Edwards ; returned to
Turner the last of the week after
vacationing in the Hoed- River
country. They packed their house
hold goods and stored them for
the summer; they will spend some
time; at the parental, T. J. Ed
wards home at Monmouth and
will llkely take a trip to San
Francisco with Mr. and Mrs. T. J.
Edwards, as Mr. Edwards Is again
troubled f with cataracts on his
eyes and wishes to see his eye spe
cialist who has moved to Califor
nia. Mr. i and Mrs. Neal Edwards
nop to rind a farm location 'by
GOING TO PARKLAND
SILVERTON. June 30. Many
local people are planning to leave
this week, end for' Parkland.
Wash., where the 1131 Pacific
Lutheran chautanna opens ' en
Julyjs. continuing until the. 10th.
Among the speakers on the open
ing day are Mayor Tennant of Ta-
coma and the. Rer. J. p. Flueger
of Pacific -Lutheran college. An
afternoon program of music and
sports ' Is being planned for the
Fourth of July. . ;
SILVERTON, Jane 30 The
Silverton-Salem stage, operated
twice dally, will be discontinued
after July C. according to an an
nouncement of Joseph Hammond,
operator. The service was start
ed a few months ago, following
the withdrawal of the. Southern
Pacific busses. Lack of business
is given as the cause for the dis
continuance ofthie stages. -The
new move will- leve llverton
without direct serrKjetA Saleia.
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GOING TO ALASKA
OIT WrPTnw Ton a A 1 Uri
C. R. -Wilson of this city left the
first pan or me wees: ior seaiue
where she will embark on the
steamship Aleutian for Alaska.
She plans to spend two months In
the north visiting two brothers,
' Valen and Tommy GUmore, who
are living near Cordova. Valen
Gllmore'swlfe is a sister of Dr.
Wilson, who will sail ' for Alaska
In a. month for a few weeks' visit.
and to return with his wife.
PASTOR TO REMAIN
SILVERTON, June 30 -The
Rev. W. S. Gordon, who has been
pastor of the local M. E. church
for the past year, will continue In
that appointment for another
year, according to word received
from the 79th annual conference
of the Oregon Methodist Episco
pal enureses at Eugene. The Rev.
Gordon Is popular In the common
Ity, coming' here a year ago from
a Portland pastorate.
. SILVERTON, June 30 Otto
Aim, a member of the firm of Ju
lias Aim and Sons of this city. Is
enjoying a few days vacation at
Wenatcbee,' Washington, where
he Is visiting Louis Bock and Her
man Quail.-former Silverton res
idents. Ardls Egan. is taking Mr.
Annual Event to be Staged
? July 4 in Pratum ;
Grove . .;
PRATUM. June 30 On account
of the fact that the Methodist
conference at Eugene and ' the
Mennonlte , conference at Port
land were both In session last
Sunday and each church had a
large representation at their con
ference the attendance at the dis
trict Sunday- school convention at
Hayesvllle last Sunday from this
community was , not at large as
usual. : : .
The annual Sunday school pic
nic will be held at the - picnic
grounds about one mile southwest
of Pratum with its nsual amount
of sports consisting of races and
games, several ball games, horse
shoe pitching and various other
attractions, also refreshments.
Everybody is welcome. - '
In New Home
SILVERTON. June SO Mr. and
Mrs. Floyd C. (Dick) Whltted re
turned to Silverton Saturday
the Oregon beaches. They were
married In Portland a week ago
Mr. Whltted la well known in
this community,' having been em
ployed as a pharmacist at the
George W. Steelhammer drug
store for seven years. Mrs. Whit
ted, nee Mable .Wood, has made
her home In Portland where she
has been teaching In the English
department at Grant high school.
She is a graduate ' of Stanford
university, and Mr. Whltted of
Oregon State. Theywill reside 1a
on of the Cat Scb.lador's house
on Newlywed avenue.
E G TO
CELEB RATE JULYI4
Senator Jay. Upton of Bend will
be the orator of the day at Chatn
poeg park July Fourth, and Sena
tor W. C. Burke of Yamhill coun
ty is president for the day. j-
The Declaration of Independ
ence will be read by Alfonso Ship
ley of Seattle, a grand-nephew jot
Rev. Gustavus Hines, who Dn
July Fourth, 1843. delivered the
address celebrating-the first event
of Its kind In what Is now Ore
gon. The Shlpleys will also fur
nish patriotic music for the day.
At the, close of the program there
will be a parade of the old-fashioned
plug-uglies, which was al
ways a feature of the Fourth in
pioneer days. - J .
OUT OF HOSPITAL
LYONS, June 30 Aldred Mar
tin returned home from the Al
bany General hospital the last! of
the week. He has been there tor
several weeks as a result of the
car. accident when he and his
wife were injured quite severely.
Mrs. Martin has been home some
time, and is about recovered. Mr.
Martin still has his leg in a cast
but is able to be around the
house. His knee war badly
crushed,- but is improving- very
satisfactory considering the con
dition of the Injury: The Mar
tins many friends are glad for
their speedy recovery, Mrs. Cad
dy Martin has been, here from
Oeeanside helping care for her
son and his wife since their ac
nrrn . -
SILVERTON, June 3 0 Palmer
Sorteberg is seriously 111 at the
Silverton hospital -where he was
rushed Friday evening, suffering
from a paralytic stroke. Sorte-
b&f, who Uvea alone, was found
by neighbors - some sours after
his illness overtook klm.. j
i George Meyers, mall carrier
from Ecotta Mill to Silverton,
wai taken to the hospital Satur-
aay. tie nas been seriously ill
with heart trouble for soma time.
His son LaXoel is carrying the
Both men were taken to the
hospital in the Jack and Ekman
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